After four seasons and several specials, we’ve finally come to the end of the road for Hidamari Sketch. All good things must come to an end, so for the girls of the Hidamari Apartments, this is where we say our final goodbyes.
After reviewing the first three seasons, we’ve finally arrived at the final season of Hidamari Sketch. And while there isn’t a whole lot separating the four seasons, but you could make an argument that this ended up being the best of the bunch.
Another week, another Hidamari Sketch review. Does the upward trajectory of this series continue? Ehh, it’s complicated…
This review comes as a suggestion from YuriReviews reader KDucky11. What do you get when you cross a traditional slice of life anime with the anything-but-traditional stylings of Studio SHAFT (the Monogatari series, Madoka★Magica, Maria†Holic)? If you said “an entertaining twist on a well-worn genre”, pat yourself on the back, because that’s exactly what Hidamari Sketch is~